Designing a Digital Humanities Strategy Using Data-Driven Assessment Methods

Designing a Digital Humanities Strategy Using Data-Driven Assessment Methods
In this post, Thea Lindquist, Holley Long, and Alexander Watkins (University of Colorado Boulder) detail the multi-modal work that the University Libraries’ Digital Humanities Task Force undertook to actively assess digital humanities interest and needs on their campus, and to recommend models for library engagement. Digital modes of teaching and research are steadily gaining ground in ...

Assessment and Evaluation of Digital Humanities Work

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION! DHNow has issued a call for writing on the assessment and evaluation of DH work. As indicated in the call, they are aiming both to expand their Zotero collection of existing publications, policies, and statements, and to provoke the publication of new work in this area. A selection of the latter will ...